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Frame Awards jury member Anny Wang wonders how retail spaces can cheat trends

Copenhagen – As sustainable concepts and technologies in develop, the Swedish designer questions the future of physicality for design objects.

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Libby Sellers hopes women in design won't have to ask ‘Are we there yet?’

London – Libby Sellers, one of our Frame Awards jury members, pushes forward the conversation about gender parity in design.

Billboard: Simon Architecture Prize
Billboard: Simon Architecture Prize
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Bogotá has new airport lounges designed for Colombia’s future

Bogotá – The new VIP lounges for flag carrier Avianca, conceived by Barcelona-based Francesc Rifé Studio, reflect Colombia’s growing emotional and economic connection to …

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Sorry, Wes Anderson: Nicolas Winding Refn is hospitality’s new design muse

Guadalajara – For a new nightclub in Guadalajara, designer Juan Carlos Pulido looked to the dark universes of the Danish director for inspiration.

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New book alert: Can art aid in resolving conflicts?

Amsterdam – Our newest book has more than 100 painters, sculptors, musicians, poets, dancers, architects and curators answer a key question: Can art be of help in times of …

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Proof of the Sum found a formula to happily fit 600 employees in 200 workstations

Alkmaar, Netherlands – In a Dutch city better known for its medieval architecture, a renovated municipality building jumps to the forefront of innovative workspaces.

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Capsule hotels are gaining ground in Asia and beyond

From a no-frills cell to colour-controlled surroundings, capsule hotels cater to guests in Japan and beyond.

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A Spanish taqueria offers a ‘city within a city’ experience

Vigo, Spain – Newly opened Sierra Madre Taquería invites diners to Monterrey, Mexico by way of Vigo, Spain – through colour, space and tacos.

Billboard: LEEDLeaf - US Green Building Council
Billboard: LEEDLeaf - US Green Building Council
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At a Brazilian mall, a lifestyle shop lets the breeze block be

Rio de Janeiro – Terra e Tuma, a Sao Paulo-based architectural studio, responded to Oficina Itsu’s retail limitations with a smart, concrete use of time and materials.

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With Amos Rex, Helsinki goes underground to rise as a cultural destination

Helsinki – The director of Amos Rex, Kai Kartio, explains how Finland’s newest museum fills a previously-vacant gap in Helsinki’s artistic scene.

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With the 2019 Frame Awards jury, we went beyond gender representation

Amsterdam – We wanted this year’s jury to represent the expanding scope of architectural design: from gender to age, cultural background and industry, we made sure to listen to a …

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A nearly infinite conference space is met with infinite acoustic solutions

Algiers – With the wide spectrum of acoustic solutions needed for a massive multi-purpose space in Algeria, Fabris&Partners turned to Fantoni’s diverse paneling range.